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ALH 122 Chap 5

ALH 122 Chap 5 - Senders, SPB Portland

an/o anus
append/o appendix
bucc/o cheek
cec/o cecum
celi/o belly, abdomen
cholecyst/o gallbladder
col/o colon, large intestine
colon/o colon, large intestine
dent/i tooth
duoden/o duodenum (the first section of the small intestine)
enter/o intestines (typically small intestines)
esophag/o esophagus
faci/o face
gastr/o stomach
gingiv/o gums
gloss/o tongue
hepat/o liver
ile/o ileum (third and final section of the small intestine)
jejun/o jejunum (second section of the small intestine)
labi/o lip
lapar/o abdominal
lingu/o tongue
madibul/o mandible (the lower jaw bone)
odont/o tooth
or/o mouth
palat/o palate
pancreat/o pancreas
peritone/o peritoneum
parhyng/o throat
proct/o anus and rectum
pylor/o pyloric sphincter of the stomach
rect/o rectum
sigmoid/o sigmoid colon (part of the large intestine, just superior to the rectum)
stomat/o mouth
unul/o uvula
bil/i bile
chol/e bile
chlorhydro hydrochloric acid
gluc/o sugar (also glyc/o, don't forget)
glycogen/o glycogen
lith/o stone
prote/o protein
steat/o fat
-rrhea discharge
-chezia defecation
-iasis abnormal condition
-prandial meal
abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen ascites
rumbling sound in the GI tract borborygmus
difficulty passing stool or infrequently passing stool constipation
frequent, loose, watery stool diarrhea
difficulty swallowing dysphagia
yellow skin caused by too much bilirubin in the blood icterus, jaundice
fat in the feces, stool that floats steatorrhea
passage of bright red blood from the rectum hematochezia
passage of dark blood, almost black melena
dental cavities dental caries
inflammation of the gums gingivitis
GERD gastroesophageal reflux disease
anal fistula abnormal tube-like passageway from the colon to the surface of the of the body, near the anus
Created by: asenders